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"D/^CC (BALLISTIC OPTIMIZING 
DKJOD SHOOTING SYSTEM) 



NEW GUN OWNERS RECORD 



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Browning Model 



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Date ol Purchase 



These are additional instructions specific to the BOSS, which is installed on your new A-Bok II or 
BAR Mark II rifle, You must read and understand the cautions and proper handling procedures outlined 

in this booklet and in the manual received with your rifle before using your new BOSS equipped rille. If 
you are missing the operating manual for your rifle, wc will send you a free manual on request. 

CAUTION: THE THREADING ON YOUR BARREL IS FOR BROWNING BOSS COMPONENTS ONLY. DO NOT 
INSTALL ANY OTHER DEVICE ONTO THE BROWNING BOSS BARREL. DO NOT INSTALL THE BOSS DEVICE 
ON ANY RIFLE WHICH IS NOT DESIGNED AND FITTED FOR THE BOSS BY BROWNING. DOING SO MA Y 
CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH TO YOURSELF OR OTHERS. 

The BOSS on vour new A-Bolt II and BAH Mark II 



is a revolutionary patented achievement in firearm 
ballistics. Never before has any device so dramati- 
cally improved the overall performance of a ride. 
The Browning BOSS gives you excellent "out-of- 
the-box" accuracy along with significant recoil re- 
duction. Il sets a new standard of rille perfor- 
mance. 

General Operation 

The BOSS (Ballistic Optimizing Shooting System) 

allow* you to fine tune accuracy by modifying tiie 



vibrations of your rille s barrel using an adjustable 
weight system. 

Every time a rifle is fired, barrel vibrations are set 
in motion. These vibrations occur in all directions, 
even back and forth along the axis of the barrel. 
Browning research has confirmed that barrel vibra- 
tions are the primary cause of inaccuracy. Barrel 
vibrations are influenced by many factors such as 
bullet type, bullet weight, primers, different pow- 
ders and barrel configurations. 

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The BOSS adjusts riming of barrel vibrations so the 
bullet consistently leaves (he rifle muzzle at the 
most advantageous time. Once the BOSS is ad- 
justed to this "sweet spot" for a given ammunition, 
your rifle will consistently deliver extraordinarily 
tight groups. With precision ammunition. BOSS 
equipped rifles of many calibers are capable of 
100 yard, one hole groups. The smallest 3-shot 
group obtained during the BOSS development 
measured an incredible .051" at 100 yards, using 
factory loaded hunting ammunition. No longer will 



tion of the BOSS ranges from 30% to 50% — 
depending on caliber, weight of rifle, etc. 

You will experience an increase in noise and 
concussion (muzzle blast) when a BOSS equipped 
rifle is fired. Hearing protectors (shooting ear 
plugs or muffs) should always be worn to guard 
against hearing damage when shooting a BOSS 
equipped rifle. Wear shooting glasses to protect 
your eyes from flying particles. Always keep a safe 
distance between the muzzle of your firearm and 
any persons nearby, as muzzle blast, debris and 
ejecting shells could inflict serious injury. 

BOSS Specifications 

The BOSS body length is 2 inches for all calibers. 
The size of the gas vent holes and hole pattern is 
the same tor all calibers. The size of the bullet exit 
hole is the same for all calibers except for the 338 
Win. Mag. and 375 H&H. The thread system for 
the 338 Win. Mag. and the 375 H&H is different 
from other calibers to rule out the possibility of 
accidentally switching components and creating an 
unsafe combination. 



vou need to try a variety of ammunitions to obtain 
acceptable accuracy. With the BOSS you can tune 
your rille to get the optimum accuraq' for all avail- 
able factory loads. 

When adjusted to the ,; sweet spot" the BOSS will 
compensate for slight deviations in ammunition 
velocity. The BOSS will not. how ; ever, compensate 
for poor shooting or dyers caused by low quality 
bullets and ammunition. 

TO OBTAIN THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF ACCURACY 
FROM YOUR RIFLE IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT 
THE RIFLE BORE BE CLEANED EVERY 12 TO 15 
ROUNDS. SEE "CLEANING THE RIFLE BORE ' 
SECTION OF THIS BOOKLET FOR CLEANING 
PROCEDURES. 

Muzzle Brake Feature 

WARNING: THE "BOSS" INCLUDES A RECOIL 
REDUCING MUZZLE BRAKE WHICH PROVIDES 
SUBSTANTIAL INCREASED NOISE/MUZZLE BLAST. 
ALWAYS WEAR HEARING PROTECTION TO 
PREVENT HEARING LOSS OR DAMAGE. 

The unique exhaust hole pattern on the BOSS pro- 
vides considerable recoil reduction. Recoil reduc- 



Each BOSS consists of a micro-adjustable locknut 
and body (See Figure 1). The body of the BOSS 
consists of a weight and muzzle brake. The weight 
and muzzle brake are affixed by LOCTITE*. 
The micro-adjustable locknut has a micrometer 
adjustment ring. 

To obtain the utmost accuracy from your BOSS 
equipped rifle it is very important, that the micro-ad- 
justable locknut and body are always tight. 

The "Sweet Spot" 

Precision accuracy from the BOSS system is 
achieved by calibrating your rifle caliber and ammo 
with a ,; sweet spot'' setting. The ,; sweer spot" chart 
in this manual lists average or suggested : 'sweet 
spots." These settings were determined through ex- 
tensive testing by the Brow ; ning Research and De- 
velopment staff. "Sweet spots : ' may vary between 
rifles of identical specifications with a given ammu- 
nition. Even one quarter of a turn away from the 
\sweet spot" can cause a group to spread as much 
as one inch or more. We suggest you use our listed 
i; sweel spot'' setting as a starting point in determin- 
ing the exact ,; sweet spot" setting for your particular 



Figure 2 



Calibrate the BOSS so V" lines up with the hatch mark 
on the barrel. 



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The micro-adjustable locknut must be bottomed out. 



Figure 3 





rifle and make adjustments accordingly. NOTE: 
ANY CHANGE IN BOSS SETTING MAY SLIGHTLY 
ALTER YOUR RIFLE'S POINT OF IMPACT. It's rec- 
ommended you sei the BOSS "sweet spot" selling 
before sighting in your rifle for windage and eleva- 
tion. The BOSS was tested in full turn, 1/2 and 1/4 
turn increments. Tighter groups may be achieved 
with the BOSS tested in other positions. On the 
chart, found later in this manual, "sweet spots" are 
listed by both ammunition and model. Settings not 
listed either do not apply or are for ammunition 
not yet tested. 

Preliminary Adjustments 

Before setting your ""sweet spot." it is important that your 
BOSS is calibrated with die barrel. 'fliis will ensure that 
your rifle is consistent with those tested by Browning Re- 
search and Development when BOSS "sweet spots" were 
determined. 

To find out if your BOSS needs to be calibrated, loosen 
the micro-adjustable locknut and turn it 
until it bottoms out on the threads of the BOSS — or will 
not loosen any further. If your BOSS is calibrated, the "0" 
on the micrometer adjusmiem ring will line tip with the 
longitudinal hatch mark on the barrel (See Figure 2). 



Jf the "0" isn't aligned with the longitudinal hatch 
mark, you will need to calibrate your BOSS. Move 
the micrometer adjustment ring on the bottom ol 
die micro-adjustable locknut so that the "0" is 
aligned with the longitudinal hatch mark. To adjust 
the micrometer adjustment ring, insert your linger 
nail or a small pointed object in the split of the 
ring and rotate the ring (See Figure 3). 

Setting your Rifle to the "Sweet Spot" 

Full turn "sweet spot" settings or graduations are 
numbered 1-10 and inscribed on the barrel of your 
rifle (See Figure 4). Smaller, 1/10 turn increments 
arc inscribed on the micrometer adjustment ring 
(See Figure 5). To set the "sweet spot.' the micro- 
adjustable locknut is turned either clockwise or 
counterclockwise until it is aligned with the 
desired "sweet spot" number inscribed on your 
rifle's barrel. One full revolution of the micro-ad- 
justable locknut indicates one full change in 
setting or one index mark on the barrel. 1/10 turn 
increments are set by rotating the micro-adjustable 
locknut until the desired setting lines up with the 
hatch mark on the barrel. 



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NOTE: It is not necessary to calibrate vour 
BOSS on the barrel with each change in "sweet 
spot" setting. However, you should check the 
BOSS periodically to assure proper alignment. 

3 Since the ''sweet spot" is listed at 6.0, the 
inscribed on the micrometer adjustment ring 
should line up with the hatch mark or longitu- 
dinal line on the barrel (See Figure 6). 

4 Tighten the body of the BOSS so it is secure 
against the micro-adjuslable locknut. Use the 
special wrench supplied with your rifle. Insert 



IMPORTANT: When adjusting the 'sweet spot" 
make sure you grip the knurled surface of the 
locknut. The knurled portion of the micro-adjust- 
able loeknut and micrometer adjustment ring must 
rotate together to ensure a precise "sweet spot" 
setting and retainment of proper calibration. 

CAUTION: WHEN SETTING THE "SWEET SPOT" ON 
YOUR RIFLE MAKE CERTAIN YOUR RIFLE IS 
FULLY UNLOADED AND THAT THE RIFLE'S 
SAFETY IS IN THE "ON SAFE" POSITION AND 
YOUR RIFLE IS POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION. 

EXAMPLE 1 — 

1 Suppose you have a 270 caliber A-Bolt II rifle 
and are sighting in with 150 gr. cartridges. 
Inferring to the ''sweet spot" chart you will 
find the average "sweet spot" is 6.0 for a 270 
A-Boll II with 150 gr. ammo. 

2 After having made sure your BOSS is calibrated 
properly on the barrel, rotate the micro-adjust- 
able locknut counterclockwise six full revolu- 
tions. The edge of the micrometer adjustment 
ring should line up or rest on the marking for 6 
on the barrel of the rifle. 



the wrench through one end of an exhaust 
hole and out through another. It is recom- 
mended to insert the wrench through the 
smallest set of holes possible. Turn clockwise 
until the body and micro-adjustable locknut are 
tight (See Figure 7). 

CAUTION: REMOVE THE WRENCH FROM THE 
BOSS EXHAUST HOLES BEFORE FIRING YOUR 
RIFLE. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN CAUSE INJURY 
TO YOURSELF OR OTHERS. 

EXAMPLE 2 — 

1 Suppose you have a 300 Win. Mag. BAR Mark 
II rifle with Federal 180 gr. cartridges. Referring 
to the "sweet spot" chart you will find the aver- 
age "sweet spot" is 2.5- 

2 Calibrate your BOSS and rotate the micro-ad- 
justable locknut counterclockwise until the 
edge of the micrometer adjustment ring lines 
up or rests on the marking for 2 on the barrel. 

3 Since the "sweet spof is listed as 2.5, the 5 
inscribed on the micrometer adjustment ring 
should line up with the hatch mark or vertical 
line on the barrel (See Figure 8). 



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CAUTION: WHEN ADJUSTING THE SWEET SPOT 
NEVER SET THE BOSS BEYOND THE 10 SETTING. 

Willi die BOSS set beyond 10. the BOSS could 
become loose, misaligned or fall off when firing 
the rifle. This could result in serious injury to 
yourself or others. 

IMPORTANT: Each time you set the "sweet spot' 
the body of the BOSS must be tight against the 
micro-adjustable locknul. Failure to keep the 
components tightly locked will adversely affect 



4 Using the special wrench, tighten the body of 
the BOSS so it is secure against the lockout. 
Your BOSS system is now calibrated for Fed- 
eral 180 gr, ammo using a 300 Win. Mag. BAR 
Mark II. 

More Precise Adjustments 

If you desire to further experiment and possibly 
obtain even tighter groupings, turn the micro- 
adjustable locknut 1/4 of a turn clockwise, and fire 
your rifle at your target. If groups open up, turn 
the micro-adjustable locknut counterclockwise and 
sight-in at different 1/4 turns until you are satisfied 
with your groupings. Again, "sweet spots'' may 
vary between rifles of identical specifications with 
a given ammunition. As in any sighting-In process, 
best results are obtained through trial and error. 
You may need to retune the BOSS should vou 
decide to shoot different brands, lots and types of 
ammunition. 

Be sure to keep a record of your rifle's ''sweet 
spots," especially if you use your rifle for different 
game and shoot different loads. 



accuracy. NOTE: The barrel mounting screw and 
trigger guard screw on the A-Bok rifle should also 
be fully tightened (See Figure 9). If the barrel 
mounting screw and trigger guard screw are 
loose on your A-Bolt II, tighten the barrel mount- 
ing screw before tightening the trigger guard 
.screw. On the BAR Mark II, the forearm locking 
screw should be kept fully lightened (See Figure 
10) to obtain and retain the best possible accu- 
racy from your rifle. 

Nylon Locking Device 



A strip of nylon in the threaded portion of the bar- 
rel helps keep the "sweet spot" positioned. This 
locking device keeps the components tight to the 
barrel, which is essential to optimum accuracy 
(See Figure 11). The nylon may become worn with 
prolonged use and may require replacement. 
Replacement nylon locks are available from the 
Browning Farts Dept. in Arnold. Missouri. 



Care of your BOSS equipped rifle. 

The BOSS is a precision instrument. IN ORDER 
FOR THE BOSS TO OPERATE EFFECTIVEL Y IT 
IS VERY IMPORTANT YOUR RIFLE REMAINS IN 
THE SAME CONDITION IT WAS PURCHASED. IT 
IS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY FOR YOUR 
RIFLE'S BARREL TO REMAIN FREE-FLOATING 
AND THE ACTION PROPERLY BEDDED. 

This holds true for either the A-Bolt II or BAH 
Mark II. To check for adequate clearance, it is rec- 
ommended that a piece of paper, folded once, be 
able to pass between the barrel and stock without 
any interference. If the barrel is not free-floating, 
take your rifle to a competent gunsmith or send it 
to (he Browning Service Facility in Arnold, 
Missouri. Special rubber bedding in the barrel 
mounting screw area and magazine well area of 
your BOSS equipped A-Boll II rifle is installed at 
the factory and aids greatly in improving accuracy. 
(Rubber bedding not needed for the BAR Mark II.) 
If you have any modifications done to your stock, 
make sure the rubber bedding has not been al- 



increase barrel life, however, residues from copper 
and zinc also stick to the barrel and require more 
frequent cleaning. As top benchrest shooters have 
known for decades, copper solvent is the key to 
cleaning a barrel for optimum accuracy. The 
recommended cleaning procedure is as follows: 

1 Clean the bore with a good powder solvent to 
remove all traces of powder residue. Perform- 
ing this step before the application of a copper 
solvent will prevent the bore from refolding 
with copper so readily. 

2 Swab the bore with a good copper solvent 
using the manufacturer's recommended 
procedure. After neutralizing the solvent, 
generally with oil. it is important lo swab the 
bore dry. Swabbing the bore dry will reduce 
copper buildup. 

NOTE: DO NOT USE SOLVENTS OF DIFFERENT 
MANUFACTURERS CONCURRENTLY. A 
CHEMICAL REACTION MAY RESULT THAT WILL 
CORRODE EVEN STAINLESS STEEL BARRELS. 
IT IS IMPORTANT TO FOLLOW THE MANUFAC- 
TURERS RECOMMENDATIONS EXACTLY. 



tered. If the rubber bedding on your rifle has been 
modified send your rifle to the Browning Service 
Facility in Arnold, Missouri. 

Cleaning the Rifle Bore 

To maintain utmost accuraev from vour BOSS 
equipped rifle, or any rifle, extensive testing has 
proven that the rifle bore must be cleaned every 
12 to 13 rounds. 

CAUTION: BEFORE CLEANING YOUR RIFLE MAKE 
CERTAIN YOUR RIFLE IS FULLY UNLOADED, THE 
MAGAZINE IS REMOVED, THE SAFETY 1$ IN THE 
"ON SAFE" POSITION AND YOUR RIFLE IS 

POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION 

We highly recommend that your rifle be cleaned 
with the BOSS installed on vour barrel. On the 
A-Boll II. remove the boll and clean from the 
breech end. 

The BAR Mark II, by design, must be cleaned from 
the muzzle. Use extra care in cleaning lo avoid 
damaging the muzzle crown. 

Modern cartridge jackets are made mainly of 
copper and zinc. These metals glide easier and 



3 If absolutely necessary, the BOSS may be 
removed to facilitate cleaning your rifle. 

IN CLEANING THE BAR MARK II WITH THE 
BOSS REMOVED, THE PLASTIC CAP (CROWN 
AND ACCURACY PRESERVER), PROVIDED 
WITH THE BAR MARK II, SHOULD ALWA YS BE 
USED TO PRESERVE THE MUZZLE'S CROWN. 

NOTE: WHEN CLEANING THE BAR MARK II 
ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE CAP USED 
MATCHES THE CALIBER OF THE RIFLE BEING 
CLEANED. THE CALIBER IS MARKED ON THE 
END OF THE CAP. 

Clean the BOSS by unscrewing the body and 
micro-adjustable locknut from the rifle. With 
the components disassembled, wipe each 
component with oil. Browning Oil is excellent 
for this application. Lightly oil all threads and 
make sure the exhaust holes are free of 
obstructions. 

REMEMBER TO REMOVE THE PLASTIC CAP 
WHEN REASSEMBLING THE BOSS ON THE BAR 
MARK II. 



4 Reassemble your BOSS by screwing on the 
micro-adjustable loeknui and then the BOSS 
body. After taking apart the BOSS it will be 
necessary res>ct the "sweet spot/' 

MAKE CERTAIN ALL CLEANING PATCHES ARE 
REMOVED FROM THE BARREL AND EXHAUST 
HOLES IN THE BODY OF THE BOSS BEFORE 
FIRING YOUR RIFLE. 

5 When firing for extreme accuracy, after clean- 
ing the bore it is recommended two fouling 
shots be fired before firing lor accuracy. 
Additionally, it is recommended the rifle be 
allowed to cool every three rounds. 



1 A-Bolt ti BOSS Parts Listing 


Caliber 


I.ocknui 


Body 


Weight 


22-2S0 Rem. Hunling 


X 


F 


M 


22-250 Rem. VVtrminr 


E 


K 


V 


215 Rem. Huuling 


X 


F 


M 


223 Rem. Varmint 


F 


K 


V 


2-13 Win. 


X 


F 


M 


25-06 Rem. 


A 


F 


M 


270 Win. 


A 


F 


M 


7mm -OS Kcm. 


X 


F 


M 


im Item. 


A 


F 


M 


308 Win. 


Y 


G 


N 


30-06 Sprg. 


7. 


C 


P 


7mm Item. Mag. 


C 


G 


N 


300 Win. Mag. 


C 


G 


R 


33HWin. Mag. 


D 


II 


T 




BAR Mark U BOSS Parts Listing 1 


Caliber 


tocknut 


Body 


Weight 


2-i3 Win. 


B 


F 


M 


270 Win. 


B 


F 


M 


m Win. 


c 


C 


Is 


30-06 Sprg. 


C 


G 


P 


7mm Rem. Mug. 


W 


G 


K 


300 Win. Mag, 


W 


G 


R 


^3B Win. Mag. 


D 


H 


T 



When ordering parts, please list the part name and letter 
designation, caliber, the model and the serial number. 



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Bullet 


Ammo 


A-Bolt 


BAR 


Caliber 


Wl, Grains 


Mfr. 


Setting 


Setting 


7mm Rem Mag 


180 


Fed 




5 


7mm Rem Mag 


168 


Hrndv 

m 




3 


7mm Rem Mag 


165 


Fed 


6.5 


6 


7mm Rem Mag 


162 


Hrndv 


5.75 


5.75 


7mm Rem Mag 


150 


Fed 


3 


2 


?mm Rem Mag 


139 


Hrndv 


2.5 


2.5 


7mm Rem Mag 


120 


Hrndv 


1 


1 


.338 Win Mag 


250 


led 


6.75 


4.25 


.338 Win Mag 


230 


Win 


5.25 




.338 Win Mag 


225 


Fed 


5.25 


OS 


.338 Win Man 


210 


Fed 


4 


1 


.33a Win Mag 


200 


Win 


3.25 


3-25 


.308 Win 


180 


Fed 


5.25 




.308 Win 


168 


Hrndv 


4 




.308 Win 


150 


Fed ' 


£t.J 




.300 Win Mag 


220 


Win 




6 


.300 Win Mag 


200 


Fed 


4S 

if- »- 


4 

mf 


.300 Win Mag 


190 


Win 




4 


.300 Win Mag 


180 


Win 




4 


300 Win Mag 


180 


Fed 


8.5 


2.5 


.300 Win Mag 


178 


Kern 


i 




.300 Win Mag 


165 


Hrndy 


1 


1 


.300 Win Mag 


150 


Win 


9 


9 


.30-06 Sprg 


220 


Win 


10 


*i 


.30-06 Sprg 


180 


Hrndv 




5.25 


.30-0(5 Sprg 


180 


led ' 




*- 

1 


.30-06 Sprg 


175 


Fed 


7.2 




.30-06 Sprg 


165 


Win 




2.5 


.30-06 Sprg 


165 


Hrndv 




3 


.30-06 Sptg 


150 


Hrndv 


3 


2.25 


-30-06 Sprs 


150 


Fed ' 


1.5 


2 


.280 Rem 


165 


Rem 


6 




.280 Rem 


150 


Fed 


5 




.2HO Rem 


140 


Fed 


* 

4 




.270 Win 


150 


Fed 


6 


4 


.270 Win 


140 


Rem 


3.5 


3 


.270 Win 


130 


Fed 


2.5 


2 


.270 Win 


100 


Rem 


3.5 


1 


.25-06 


117 


Fed 


6 




.25-06 


no 


Hrndv 


3.5 




.25-06 


90 


Win 


2.25 




.243 Win 


100 


Win 


5 


2.5 


.213 Win 


80 


Fed 


3 


2.25 


.223 Rem 


55 


Fed 


7 




.223 Rem 


53 


Fed 


7 




2'B Rem Vim 


53 


Fed 


5 




.223 Rem Vmt 


40 


Win 


4 




.223 Rem 


40 


Win 


2 




.22-250 Rem 


52 


Win 


1 




.22-250 Rem Vmt 


52 


Win 


^ 

3 




.22-250 Rem Vmi 


40 


Fed 


4 




.22-250 Rem 


40 


Fed 


2.5 





Premium grade ammunition of the same had requires a different $v$el spot $et- 
tinfi than standard grade ammunition. 

Only commercially atallahie hunting ammunition complying to Sporting Ami 
and Ammunition Manufacturers* Institute (SAAM1) spvvifivations was used 
throughout testing of the BOSS. It is unknown what group sizes may bvpossihle 
with the 80$$ using match grade ammunition. 



Service or Repair 

If your firearm should require service or re- 
pairs, we suggest you first contact a local 
recommended Browning Firearms Service 
Center. Contact your Browning sporting 
goods dealer or call our Service Depart- 
ment for the address of the Service Center 
nearest you. Otherwise, you may send 
your firearm directly to our own Service 
Department. For technical questions about 
your firearm or service call our Service 
Department. 

Browning Service Department 
3005 Arnold Tenbrook Road 
Arnold, Missouri 63010-9406 
Phone: 1-800-322-4626 

Canadian Customers call or write: 

Browning Canada Sports Ltd./Ltee, 
5617Chemin St-Francois 
St-Laurent t Quebec H4S 1W6 
Phone: (514) 333-7261 



When returning your firearm for servicing, 
you must do the following: 

a. Be sure it is completely unloaded. 

b. Package it securely in a cardboard 
container. 

C. Enclose a letter with your firearm 
that clearly describes the trouble 
experienced and the repairs or 
alterations desired. 

d. If convenient, send a copy of the 
letter to us separately. 

e. Never return ammunition with your 
firearm. It is'against postal and most 
commerce regulations. 

If you have any questions about this 
manual or about any other Browning 
products, call or write our Consumer 
Information Department: 

Browning Consumer Information 
Morgan, Utah 84050 
Phone:(801)876-2711